"Self"-Regulation

Should online companies police the internet?

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“Self”-regulation: Should online companies police the internet?

Join us for a discussion on the regulation of online services. We will explore what the terms “self-regulation” and “cooperation of service providers and rights holders” mean in practice.

Date: 7 December

Time: 15.00 to 18.00

Location: European Parliament, Room PHS4 B001

To register, please email Marietje.Schaake-Office@europarl.europa.eu

The event will be live streamed here: http://tinyurl.com/SelfRegulationLive

 

Speakers:

Werner Stengg, DG Markt, Head of Unit ‘Online Services’, about the forthcoming initiatives from the Commission, http://ec.europa.eu/internal_market/e-commerce/

Nicole Dewandre, DG Information Society, Advisor on Stakeholder Issues, http://ec.europa.eu/dgs/information_society/

Els Hendrix, Council of Europe expert, dealing with international (new) media and content issues, http://www.coe.int/t/dghl/standardsetting/media/

Chris Ancliff, General Counsel, Warner Music Group, representing record companies, http://www.ifpi.org/

Joe McNamee, EDRi, advocacy coordinator for digital civil rights, http://www.edri.org/

Chris Smith, ECSA, representing composers and songwriters, http://www.composeralliance.org/

Jermyn Brooks, GNI, representing tech companies who respect fundamental rights worldwide, http://www.globalnetworkinitiative.org/

Malcolm Hutty, EuroISPA, representing intermediary companies online, http://www.euroispa.org/